On Tuesday I attended the Tinyme
event hosted by Blog Match, at the Oundle Mill in Oundle. I almost did not go (due to nerves!) but a fellow blogger, MummyBird, convinced me and now I am glad I went.
I must admit I had never heard of Tinyme before and as usual I turned to google!
Geek + Cute = YAY. The extremely very true story behind tinyme.
Once upon a time 3 young dads (who happen to have 13 kids under 9) combined a whole bunch of geeky high tech machines, some generous dollops of cuteness, a slightly loopy team of people and mixed them together with the world wide webby thingy. The result was amazing…. a comprehensive range of affordable, premium quality, designer personalised products for kids. All custom made and shipped to you in a jiffy.
Their description of who they are made me smile and it was partially this that also made me attend the event…I was curious to know more.
Tinyme have a range of products which include personalised bags, name labels, height charts, wall decor, stationary and personalised books.
They are an Australian based company, moo.com.au, who have lauched their new brand Tinyme. Myself and other bloggers had the pleasure of meeting 2 of the 3 dads behind Tinyme. You could see how enthusiastic and passionate they are about their products and they are keen to spread the word in the UK. And rightly so, their products are definitely cute.
We were able to take a look at some of their products which included the bags and personalised books in the pictures. It was nice to be able to see some of their products and actually see the quality and I was particularly impressed by the personalised journals.
The great thing about Tinyme is that they have 100’s of designs for most of their products, so you can completely customise your product and be almost unique! If you go onto their website you can customise items and see how they look before you commit yourself to buy them.
My particular favourite has to be the wall stickers:
Tinyme had displayed the wall stickers on a glass wall and the effect was impressive. They were totally easy to remove and re-position and, of course, were cute! The only downside is that Tinyme currently only have 2 themes for the wall stickers. But the good news is that they are looking to create more. I will definitely consider buying some when I get round to redecorating munchkins room!
So why not check out their website tinyme.co.uk
? If you join their newsletter you will have access to 19 pages of free printable fun which include door hangers and masks.
AND if you join the newsletter you will get 10% off your first order of over Â£35!
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